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November 27, 2020, 03:46:14 PM
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How was Black Friday in your country this year?
I am working in Vietnam and this year's discount festival does not seem as bustling as in previous years because we have Shopee, Lazada holding regular discount events before October 10th, November 11th and more...
Part of the reason is the I am working in Vietnam and this year's discount festival does not seem as bustling as in previous years because we have online stores like Shopee, Lazada that hold regular discount events before. October 10, November 11, and more ...
Demand for online shopping is gradually dominating instead of traditional buying methods so we see stores with fewer people coming to buy.
Part of the reason is the economic recession has caused people to cut down on shopping-related needs.recession has caused people to cut down on shopping-related needs.

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November 28, 2020, 11:17:17 AM
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Noice username!  Cheesy

Black Friday is kinda new concept here. People don't know about BF but we experience a massive sale discount on various religious festivals where BF can't beat it. Anyway, I bought a few hosting plans from Namecheap BF.  Grin

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November 28, 2020, 01:00:34 PM
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Black Friday this year is no longer as bustling as in previous years. While the Covid-19 epidemic was still there and thus, shopping in malls or shops was badly affected. But the good sign is that people are still shopping online fairly regularly and demand has also increased significantly after the first outbreak of Covid 19 six months ago.
In any case, covid 19 devastated the general economy, Black Friday or any sale event is no longer important. The biggest concern of the people now is to save money to buy stored food before the second outbreak of Covid 19.


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November 28, 2020, 02:01:40 PM
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How was Black Friday in your country this year?

I think most people will spend a similar or maybe a little less money than in previous years, especially in those countries where lockdown is in effect - and yet people spend a lot more when shopping in physical stores where they can see and try goods before buying. According to data from some surveys, Americans will spend about $148.5 billion on Black Friday and Black Monday this year, which is an increase compared to last year of $285 million.

I did not find data on how much EU citizens will spend this year in BF, but this is the time when they will certainly spend the most money in the year, considering that now most things can be bought at the biggest discounts.




In any case, covid 19 devastated the general economy, Black Friday or any sale event is no longer important. The biggest concern of the people now is to save money to buy stored food before the second outbreak of Covid 19.

It all depends on which countries we are talking about, because no matter how the purchase is made, it generates the payment of taxes through VAT, which is good for the state treasury and of course for those who produce goods. If there was no online stores, things would be much worse - and yet people still have the opportunity to buy something and keep the economy alive.

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November 28, 2020, 04:23:24 PM
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How was Black Friday in your country this year?
This is the data that I have found regarding Black Friday in my country.



And the comparison in each country, or view the for the clear image.

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Black Friday is being held in the US the day after Thanksgiving which is being celebrated every fourth week of November each year.  Americans considered Black Friday as the start of the shopping season for the holiday where tons of sales can be found in the market both in an online and physical store.  The first Monday after Thanksgiving is Cyber Monday in the US where you can find lots of sales for gadgets and the likes.

I'm from the Philippines, the term Black Friday here is considered as a religious event which is the Holy Week for the Christian community.  Everyone knows that because of this pandemic people preferred online shopping instead of going to a physical store however since most Filipinos were impacted by the economic recession that they tend to lessen their shopping activity to make savings and spend it on the basic necessities.





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November 28, 2020, 05:03:29 PM
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These black Friday of a thing I have not found anything worthy to emulate because looking from the beginning of every week in shopping center you will notice that price of things always be in normal but immediately some days is remaining to be close to Friday those business people will increase price of things and on Friday them will bring the price down, so what is the difference between the first day of the week price and Friday price, so I understand that these is a strategies to make people spend unnecessarily in name of black Friday bonus, I think we need to think about positive or the benefit black Friday can render to our life.





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November 28, 2020, 05:15:02 PM
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Black Friday this year has been met with great interest in my country despite the past year. Proven shopping sites have encountered order intensity and shipping companies are very busy, There are delays in orders given due to the density of cargo companies.
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November 28, 2020, 06:07:10 PM
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How was Black Friday in your country this year?
I am working in Vietnam and this year's discount festival does not seem as bustling as in previous years because we have Shopee, Lazada holding regular discount events before October 10th, November 11th and more...
Part of the reason is the I am working in Vietnam and this year's discount festival does not seem as bustling as in previous years because we have online stores like Shopee, Lazada that hold regular discount events before. October 10, November 11, and more ...
Demand for online shopping is gradually dominating instead of traditional buying methods so we see stores with fewer people coming to buy.
Part of the reason is the economic recession has caused people to cut down on shopping-related needs.recession has caused people to cut down on shopping-related needs.

I think with the current pandemic situation, where e-commerce will be a good point for customers to get quite large Black Friday promotions and discounts. this is because some retailers like BestBuy will be closed on Thanksgiving day. in several Asian countries, Black Friday is still greeted with great fanfare.

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November 28, 2020, 11:21:24 PM
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Not of significant I guess, people tend to save their money because we all know life is hard because of the pandemic so they would rather save money rather than spending it on Black Friday sales and discounts. Although there could be some individuals who are willing to buy things online and around, but we can't blame them though, good to spend money to keep the economy to at least make a start.

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